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Ph.D. doesn't give you anything except some extra knowledge

Jitendra Nath Goswami (Indian Scientist & Researcher)

I appreciate the city's (Ahmedabad) work-culture. Here, people always work towards betterment of resources, while interference in other's work is minimal.

Jitendra Nath Goswami (Indian Scientist & Researcher)

Earlier, you found Gujaratis studying only commerce, medicine or engineering. Today, the young have enviable educational profiles as chartered accountants, they are excelling in civil services and business education

Jitendra Nath Goswami (Indian Scientist & Researcher)

Kalam had a meeting with the scientists. I was not present. He suggested painting the tricolour on the impactor that would land on the moon

Jitendra Nath Goswami (Indian Scientist & Researcher)

We had slight differences of opinion. He was giving his suggestions and I was giving mine. He was a farsighted man and gave us many valuable suggestions that helped the mission

Jitendra Nath Goswami (Indian Scientist & Researcher)

Being an Assamese by birth and having been educated in the state, I wish to see the university system in the northeast contributing to tackling local problems. These include curbing floods and conserving ecosystems

Jitendra Nath Goswami (Indian Scientist & Researcher)

Enriching the life of the locals and maintaining their cultural are the greatest challenges

Jitendra Nath Goswami (Indian Scientist & Researcher)

We (India and Japan) are looking at a future for a possible joint lunar mission. In future, we will also be looking at how we can make use of this relationship for generating more input for climate change studies

A. S. Kiran Kumar

In general, the endeavour of all space agencies is to make access to space cheaper. Unless you are able to reach there at lower costs, many of the activities including power generation, will not be feasible

A. S. Kiran Kumar

Some of the salient points that emerged during the working group recommendations include national space agencies in Asia-Pacific region collaboratively developing small/cube satellites, as data from these satellites could provide inputs to solve various issues which the region commonly faces

A. S. Kiran Kumar

Now we are doing 8-10 launches a year; our aim is 18 per year. It is here we need private participation.

A. S. Kiran Kumar

ISRO is not lagging behind in supporting or nurturing start-ups. 

A. S. Kiran Kumar

After our experience in working with this start-up, ISRO is planning to set up an incubation centre to handhold and encourage start-ups, to grow and capture a share of the global space market.

A. S. Kiran Kumar

We have done one round of discussion with various entities; now we have to establish a procedure and go through government processes. 

A. S. Kiran Kumar

By 2020, we wish to launch PSLV through a joint venture where ISRO and private industries would be working together

A. S. Kiran Kumar

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